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Berrys ride high for Air Ambulance

Published August 6th, 2014

Following a successful hill walk in 2012, Berrys have got their fundraising hats (or helmets!) on again.  This time, they are undertaking a 100 mile cycling relay race on Saturday 6th September at the track at Sundorne Sports village.  A number of Berrys staff from different offices are taking part to tackle the challenge!

Berrys has chosen The Air Ambulance as its adopted charity for the third year running and has already raised nearly £10,000 across its five offices to support the vital service which helps save lives across the country.

“This is a new challenge for us and we are really looking forward to it,” said marathon organiser Mandy Seedhouse, a planning and environmental consultant for at the firm’s Shrewsbury office.

“Several of us are keen cyclists but others are a bit rusty so it should be interesting to watch,” she added.

Family members are taking part too along with several staff from other offices, all of whom will be gathering in sponsorship to make the effort worthwhile.

Please visit https://www.justgiving.com/Berrys-Cycle/ to support the effort or download a sponsorship form from http://bit.ly/1nrnAOr .  If you have any questions or wish to attend the event, please contact Mandy on mandy.seedhouse@berrys.uk.com or 01743 267066.

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BSc (Hons) MRICS FAAV MRTPI
Planning and Environmental Consultant
Tel: 01743 267066
Mobile: 07974 153211
mandy.seedhouse@berrys.uk.com

After graduating from Harper Adams with an Honours Degree in Rural Enterprise & Land Management, Mandy joined the Berrys Shrewsbury Office and gained valuable experience in all areas of rural professional work. Mandy is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Fellow of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers and a Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.

Mandy has over 10 years experience in planning and environmental work and has been responsible for project managing and obtaining planning permission for a wide range of projects ranging from intensive and large scale agricultural units to commercial and residential property.  As a Chartered Surveyor, she also has valuable experience in other areas of rural professional work which is valuable when offering specialist planning and environmental advice.